Knowledge Management Course in Singapore
Knowledge Management Course in Singapore
According to The Encarta Dictionary, it defines knowledge management as the organisation of intellectual resources and information systems in a business climate.
In this Knowledge Management course, participants will be given the tools that they will need to begin implementing knowledge management within your company, regardless of the size of the company or the budget. Wherever humans are working together for one goal, there is always knowledge to be harvested, stored, and dispensed as needed.
Knowledge is power and therefore must be regulated at the right time to the right people in the right way. In a company where knowledge needs to circulate in order for everyone to function properly, managing it is a priority. Managing knowledge involves choosing the right strategies for storage and dissemination.
This Knowledge Management workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Knowledge Management.
All Staff Within An Organisation
The ideal group size for this Knowledge Management course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Knowledge Management workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Knowledge Management course
- Apply knowledge management of Information and Content Governance at the workplace.
- Incorporate data and information for increased focus on outcomes of business activities.
- Incorporate knowledge management about employees to improve workforce behaviors.
- Gain insight on the benefits of reusing ideas, documents, and expertise.
- Employ processing of information tactics to put business needs first.
- Incorporate research in business systems and processes to gain more explicit knowledge on the business.
- Employ systematic knowledge management process into specified team roles.
- Engage maximum use of existing expertise and experience in executing knowledge management tasks at the workplace.
- Apply skills gained on knowledge management to develop top-down knowledge support structures in the organization.
- Utilize the systems and tools of knowledge management thus optimize use of organizational technology investments.
- Apply knowledge transfer skills to enable better and faster decision making at work.
- Employ clear and defined knowledge management processes to ease finding of relevant information and resources.
- Incorporate a knowledge sharing culture in the organization to improve communicating of important information widely and quickly.
- Gain insights on the benefits of managing information to promote standard, repeatable processes and procedures.
- Use knowledge gained to provide methods, tools, templates, techniques, and examples of knowledge management.
- Information research makes scarce expertise widely available for organizations.
- Encourage knowledge transfer and sharing at the workplace to stimulate innovation and growth.
Below is the list of course objectives of our Knowledge Management course
- Understand the meaning of knowledge management in an organization.
- Learn the importance of knowledge management for employees and organizations.
- Know the fields and focus areas of knowledge management for organizations.
- Learn the dimensions that inform knowledge management in organizations.
- Understand the strategies of gaining and applying knowledge management by organizations.
- Know the reasons organizations undertake knowledge management.
- Understand the tools and systems used by organizations to manage knowledge.
- Learn how to create a knowledge sharing culture in organizations.
- Understand the importance of legal knowledge management for employees and organizations.
- Know the methods of evaluation applied by organizations for knowledge management.
- Learn knowledge management disciplines and perspectives.
- Understand the role and importance of research in knowledge management.
- Learn the methods organizations use to transfer knowledge within business systems.
Below is the list of course content of our Knowledge Management training programme course
- Explain the meaning of knowledge management
- What is knowledge?
- What is management?
- What is knowledge management?
- A Brief History of knowledge management
- Applications of knowledge management in the Workplace
- Discuss the importance of knowledge management
- What is the importance of knowledge management?
- Identify the fields and focus areas of knowledge management
- Data, Information, and Knowledge
- The Tacit Mode
- What are the fields and focus areas of knowledge management?
- Discuss the dimensions of knowledge management
- What are the dimensions of knowledge management?
- Discuss the strategies of knowledge management
- What are the strategies of knowledge management?
- Identify the reasons organizations undertake knowledge management
- What are the reasons organizations undertake knowledge management?
- Name the knowledge management tools
- What are knowledge management tools?
- Discuss the strategies to create a knowledge sharing culture in organizations
- What are the strategies to create a knowledge sharing culture in organizations?
- The knowledge management life cycle
- Discuss the importance of legal knowledge management
- What is the importance of legal knowledge management?
- Discuss the knowledge management methods of evaluation
- What knowledge management methods of evaluation?
- Discuss knowledge management disciplines and perspectives
- Paradigms of the Past
- The New Paradigm
- Implications and Applications
- The Knowledge Management Endgame
- What knowledge management disciplines and perspectives?
- Identify the role of research in knowledge management
- The Nonaka and Takeuchi Model (SECI)
- Wiig knowledge management Model
- Kakabadse knowledge management Model
- Boisot knowledge management Model
- What is the role of research in knowledge management?
- Learn the methods of knowledge transfer in organizations
- What are the methods of knowledge transfer in organizations?
- Why Rationale is Necessary
- Building a Business Case
- Finding Success Stories
- The Commodization/Customization Model
- Components of a Knowledge Management Definition
- Customizing the Components
- Creating a KMBOK
- What is the significance of knowledge transfer in organizations?
- Gathering Support
- Identifying Opportunities for Revenue Streams
- Key Knowledge Management Techniques
- A Map for Success for Knowledge Management
- The No-Budget Scenario
- Some companies may run into a no-budget situation with their knowledge management project, however, there are still some economical ways to implement a knowledge management program within an organisation.
- About the Chief Knowledge Officer
- If an organisation is serious about knowledge management, they may approve the idea of a Chief Knowledge Officer. The Chief Knowledge Officer will keep knowledge management at the forefront of the business. They are in touch with business strategies on a day-to-day basis.
- Knowledge Management Skill Checklist
- There are certain skills that an individual or a team must posses to manage a knowledge management project.
- The Knowledge Management Imperative
- Introducing a plan or strategy without energy or reason for a change may get a project on the stove though on the backburner. There must be a sound level of urgency in getting any project started.
- The Hype Curve of Knowledge Management
- The hype cycle consists of 5 phases and understanding the 5 phases will help the organisation to manage the unrealistic peaks and the depths of the trough.
- Barriers and Helpers to Success
- The most significant challenge you will face is the culture. If the organisation’s culture is open to change and embrace learning and sharing this will help move the project along. On the other hand, if the organisation’s culture is closed and defiant to change, the company will find it challenging to implement the project.
- The Knowledge Management Maturity Model
- The knowledge management maturity model has 5 levels; Initial, respectable, defined, managed, optimising.
- Absorptive Capacity
- The absorptive capacity is the company’s ability to identify the value of new knowledge, integrate it, and apply it in a way that forms competitive advantage.
- There are multiple numbers of techniques to keep a knowledge management project vibrant and relevant over time.
- Process Model Types
- A process model explains how a process should be done. It outlines what the process looks like. It is normally an illustration, which conveys the actions, relationships, and goals of finishing a process. Using a process model will help to make the process more significant to an organisation.
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Knowledge Management course
Knowledge Management Learner’s Guide
Knowledge Management Key Takeaways Notes
Knowledge Management Essentials Ebook
Knowledge Management Course Handouts
Knowledge Management 30-Day Action Plan
Knowledge Management MindMaps Pack
Knowledge Management PPT Slides Used During Course
Knowledge Management Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Knowledge Management E-Learning Course
Knowledge Management Online Video Course
Knowledge Management Essentials Audiobook
Knowledge Management Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Knowledge Management training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Knowledge Management training course.
We have the following discounts, fundings & subsidies for this Knowledge Management training course
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